Nutrition: An Important Part of Improving MS Symptoms
There’s no specific, tried-and-true diet for easing multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms. But eating foods with high nutritional value can help you feel your best. In this video by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, MS specialists and people living with MS share their guidance for proper diet and nutrition—based on personal experience and science-based evidence.
Watch to learn more about:
- Eating more fruits, vegetables, fiber, and whole foods
- A gluten-free diet for MS
- Sugar, caffeine, and hydration
- Red meat
- Vitamin D supplements
- Diet, weight, and inflammation
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